Here is the image of the shrine for Wepwawet and Anubis! Wepwawet is on the left, while Yinepu (Anubis) is on the right. I normally only have Wepwawet here. The Anubis statue belongs to my friend who joined me in the celebration. To learn more about Wepwawet go to my page: Wepwawet FAQ.
So, I had a small get together at my house to honor Aset (Isis), Wepwawet, and Yinepu (Anubis). My friend M. took these pictures and she gave me permission to post them here.
I’m compiling my final list of epithets for Nebet Het (Nephthys) for my book She Who Speaks Through Silence: An Anthology for Nephthys.
Here is a list of some epithets I have gathered from the LAGG vol 8 and other sources:
- Sister of Set
- Sister of Osiris
- Sister of Aset (Isis)
- Great Mother of Amun
- Mother of Horus
- Mother of God
- Who Protects Her Horus with Her Magic Spells
- Who Protects Her Brother Osiris
- Deputy, Who is Without Gender
- Mother of the Jackal God
- Wife of Onnophris (Osiris), the Justified
Sacred Symbols of Yinepu/Anubis
- Black Dog
- Lord of the Milk Cows
Aspects and Syncretisms
Identification with Other Gods
- Harpokrates (Horus the Child)
- Heru (Horus)
- Heru-sa-Aset (Horus, son of Isis)
- Khenty-Amentiu (Foremost of Westerners)
- Yinepu-Wepwawet (Anubis-Wepwawet)
 Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003), 100. Translated by Bezenwepwy.
 Leitz, Christian, ed. Lexicon der Aegyptischen Goetter und Goetterbezeichnungen (LAGG, OLA 129, Band 8). (Peeters, 2003), 103-104. Translated by Bezenwepwy.
 Vandier, Jacques. Le Papyrus Jumilhac. (Paris: Musée du Louvre, 1961), 127.